Welcome parents! We’ve compiled a few resources that might be helpful to you as you navigate the college years with your student.
To visit our homecoming and family weekend webpage, click here.
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Dates and Events
View the campus calendar for important dates. Don’t forget about Homecoming in October!
Prospective and New College Parents
If you have questions about campus security, click here to visit the Public Safety webpage.
Click here to view the latest academic catalog to find the requirements for satisfactory academic progress.
For general sickness, students are encouraged to stay in their dorm room and rest. They are also encouraged to contact their resident advisor who can work out a plan to provide your child with food and water while staying in. For more serious illnesses, resident advisors or resident directors are equipped to provide transportation to the Hannibal Clinic or Hospital.
100% of HLGU students qualify for financial aid. You can find scholarship and grant information on the Scholarships and Aid website page under financial aid.
We want campus to feel like home, but also keep all students safe. You can find a suggested list of what to bring (and what not to bring) on the Residential Life website page.
Students are allowed to stay on campus during our short-term breaks, such as Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Easter, etc. Long-term breaks (1 week or more) the campus is closed. International students and students unable to go home may be placed with a host family in town.
Yes. Married student housing is available on campus. The Pulliam Street Apartments and Quads are married-student housing options. This housing is offered for a monthly rent cost instead of room and board fees. Meal plans are not included.
There are many services offered for our international students. A few of those services are ESL classes, host families, Get To Work program, and more. For more information go to our International Students website page.